The Berlin Karneval der Kulturen is a four day open-air festival with exotic food and drinks, concerts, performances, and parties. The colourful highlight of the festivities is the street parade, where more than 4,500 performers in authentic costumes, elaborately decorated floats, and musicians from over 70 different countries dance through the streets of Berlin. Soak up the samba rhythms, enjoy Brazilian drummers, Congolese singers, Korean culture groups, artistic larger than life puppets and a bit of Rio de Janeiro in the streets of the German capital - and not forgetting the growing Caribbean carnival contingent.
Street Parade: The starting point is located at Hermannplatz. You can get there easily by taking the underground (line 8 or line 7) and get off at the station Hermannplatz.
The stations (Südstern), Gneisenaustraße and Mehringdamm are located along the route.
Street Festival: The closest underground stations are Hallesches Tor (line U1 and U6) and Mehringdamm (line U7 and U6) which are directly located at Blücherplatz.
You can also reach the festival area within a five minute walk from the station Gneisenaustraße.
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